Why Should You Attend:
The Obama administration has identified OSHA compliance as a top enforcement priority and has promised to aggressively monitor businesses for compliance with workplace safety requirements. Employers and their counsel should prepare now for increased OSHA inspections, closer scrutiny of injury recordkeeping and reporting, a stronger focus on investigations of employee whistleblower claims, and tougher negotiations with OSHA regarding penalties and citations.
We will outline strategies for preparing and participating in an inspection, responding to citations, and negotiating penalties with OSHA.
Questions to be discussed:
- What should employers expect from the recent increase in OSHA enforcement?
- What steps can employers and their counsel take to prepare for an OSHA inspection?
- What strategies should employers use when responding to a citation and negotiating penalties arising from an OSHA inspection?
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
- Understand current OSHA enforcement trends.
- Tougher penalties
- Aggressive rulemaking activities
- Reduced emphasis on compliance assistance
- Preparing for OSHA Investigations.
- Participating in an OSHA inspection.
- Responding to OSHA citations and negotiating penalties.
Who Will Benefit:
- It is intended for managers, supervisors and all legal counsel in your organization who may have a role if there was an OSHA inspection at your facility.
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